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foxxconn TW-01 case

By fuse67
Aug 6, 2006
  1. I just got a foxconn tw-01 case. It has some kind of quick locking mechanism for the 5.25 and 3.5 drives. Does anyone know what kind of drive rails it may need to be mounted in this case. I looks like something is missing because the drives cannot be mounted in this case just how it is as there is no way to secure them at all and it did not come with any instructions.
    THANK YOU
     
  2. DivxGuy

    DivxGuy TS Rookie

    In the hardware package you should have received with your case, there are a number of sturdy mounting screws with cylindrical heads (instead of the normal oval ones). To fasten your storage devices, you attach four of these screws per unit, with two on each side; note that there are fine-threaded ones for optical and floppy drives, and coarse-threaded ones for hard drives. Once the screws are attached, remove the front case bezel to expose the fronts of the drive bays, guide the screws into the slots of the appropriate bay, and push the device in until you feel the back-left screw-head engage the plastic locking mechanism at the back of the drive cage.

    To remove a drive: with the front case bezel removed, lift the plastic drive-locking mechanism on the side of the drive cage and slide out the drive.
     
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